Chicago Restaurant Trolls Mitch Trubisky With Social Distancing Message

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A Chicago restaurant epically trolled Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky during the coronavirus crisis.

In a Twitter photo posted by @CraycraftBrett, a sign on tables tells people to stay 10 feet away from each other, and adds, “If you’re wondering how far that is, picture a Bears wide receiver and then imagine where Trubisky actually threw the pass. That distance is about 10 feet.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

According to the New York Post, the restaurant with the epic sign is Chip Monks. Take a look at a photo of it below.

I love this move from Chip Monks. During these dark days, we have to remember to smile and laugh when we can.

Levity is more important than ever right now. Murdering Mitch Trubisky, who is trending towards becoming a huge draft bust, is a great way for people in Chicago to laugh.


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If you can’t laugh about Trubisky being a horrible quarterback, then what can we laugh about? The dude is a punchline for football fans if I’ve ever seen one.

If we stay as far away from each other as Trubisky likes keeping balls out of reach of receivers, then we’re going to beat this pandemic by tomorrow.


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Shout out to Chip Monks for giving us something to smile about during this tough time.